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The future is here.
Skiers and snowboarders have for years had to choose between the warmth of a puffy and the weatherproofing of a rugged shell, or layer them together for a roly-poly look that made it tough to move your arms, let alone shred deep pow. At long last, Orage is bailing all you heavily swaddled shredders out with the super-warm, ridiculously waterproof Carbondale Men's Jacket.
It's always been a mystery why puffies are generally about as rugged and durable as your grandma's hip. Orage, clearly puzzled, decided enough was enough, and decked the Cardonable out with burly ripstop nylon and a Prime 20K two-layer waterproof and breathable membrane that'll keep you drier than a desert in a drought, and loaded it up with 550-fill duck down so you'll stay warmer than Grandma's Fort Meyers condo (why does she have the heat on when it's 90 degrees?)
Not only is the Carbondale ready for Mother Nature's cruelest jokes—10 below and raining? Seriously?—but it's loaded up with shred-ready features like underarm vents, a removable stretch powder skirt, and a removable hood. Toss in waterproof zippers and an adjustable hem and cuffs, and it has a combination of warmth, weatherproofing, and ultra-functional design that hasn't been seen since, well, ever. The game won't ever be the same.
- Prime 20K waterproof and breathable membrane
- Nylon ripstop shell
- 550-fill grey duck down
- Underarm vents
- Removable hood and stretch powder skirt
- Hand gaiters
- Waterproof zippers
- Hem and cuff adjustment